I don't have the clonus that bad. I guess I have it somewhat because it's "on my chart", but I've never had it affect me. Correct me if I'm wrong, but is that where you have pressure put on your foot and it jerks up and down? That is a horrible description, but if I'm close I'm sure you'll know what I'm talking about. I'd never thought of that as being anything more than an indicator, but it sounds like it turns in to outright spasticity.
Do you have the leg extension attachment for your Bowflex? I bought mine when I was healthy with the intention of looking like the guy in the commercial
so I have all the attachments except the squat attachment. I always hated the hamstring exercise portion of that, but now that I'm not running, I'm doing it anyway to try and keep strength up. I don't know about you, but I've been very satisfied with that machine. I've had a few other "home gyms" over the years and they don't come close to the Bowflex. Keep it up Chris. It sounds like you are very commited to keeping your chin up as it pertains to PT. I got some neg. feedback from a few of the physicians on here about creating "mini-exacerbations" when I exercise hard. I decided to blow them off since I've never received anything but positive feedback from all of the people I deal with personally and I don't know what I'd do if I couldn't feel like I was "fighting it" the only way I personally can.